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Chapter 1: Basic UML introduction Use Cases and requirements Structural modeling: classes and objects Behavioral modeling Interactions Statemachines Activity diagrams
Chapter 2: The ROPES Process Project lifecycles Waterfall Spiral Semi-spiral Workflows Artifacts Spiral development in detail Analysis Design Translation Testing
Part II: Exercises Chapter 3: Specifying the Requirements Overview: What you will learn Identifying kinds of requirements Grouping Requirements Identifying Use Cases Capturing Quality of service requirements in Use Cases Operational architecture: Identifying Scenarios Specification architecture: State machines for requirements Capture Specification architecture: Capturing complex requirements Specification architecture: Capturing algorithms with activity diagrams Validating requirements model: Testing the requirements with execution
Chapter 4: Systems Architecture Overview: What you will learn Identifying system architecture Performing tradeoff analysis for different architectures Specifying subsystem interfaces Mapping requirements to subsystems Performing hardware-software decomposition: Deployment architecture Organizing your models
Chapter 5: Object Analysis Overview: What you will learn Identifying Objects 1: Applying object identification strategies Identifying Objects 2: Applying object identification strategies Validation your object analysis: Elaboration of scenarios Adding behavior: Reactive objects with state machines Adding behavior: Algorithms with activity diagrams Adding behavior: Mixing state machines with activity diagrams Validating your behavior
Chapter 6: Concurrency Architecture Overview: What you will learn Identifying Tasks Analyzing the task set Optimizing the task set Preemptive multitasking Interrupt Handlers Cyclic executives Mapping analysis objects to the concurrency model Concurrent scenario analysis
Chapter 7: Distribution Architecture Overview: What you will learn Identifying distribution architecture Asymmetric distribution: Master-Slave Asymmetric distribution: Proxy Pattern Symmetric distribution: Broker Pattern
Chapter 8: Safety and Reliability Architecture Overview: What you will learn Identifying channels Homogeneous redundancy Heterogeneous redundancy with fail-safe state Heterogeneous redundancy without fail-safe state Lightweight redundancy
Chapter 8: Optimizing Collaborations Overview: what you will learn Optimizing reusability Optimizing data access Minimizing complexity Optimizing robustness Optimizing time-efficiency Optimizing space-efficiency Using parametric classes
Chapter 9: Detailed Design Overview: what you will learn Managing visibility and access Managing data complexity Ensuring pre- and post-conditions Managing state complexity Managing algorithm complexity Maximizing numeric accuracy
Part III: Answers
This practical new book provides much-needed, practical, hands-on experience capturing analysis and design in UML. It holds the hands of engineers making the difficult leap from developing in C to the higher-level and more robust Unified Modeling Language, thereby supporting professional development for engineers looking to broaden their skill-sets in order to become more saleable in the job market.
It provides a laboratory environment through a series of progressively more complex exercises that act as building blocks, illustrating the various aspects of UML and its application to real-time and embedded systems. With its focus on gaining proficiency, it goes a significant step beyond basic UML overviews, providing both comprehensive methodology and the best level of supporting exercises available on the market. Each exercise has a matching solution which is thoroughly explained step-by-step in the back of the book. The techniques used to solve these problems come from the author’s decades of experience designing and constructing real-time systems. After the exercises have been successfully completed, the book will act as a desk reference for engineers, reminding them of how many of the problems they face in their designs can be solved.
- Tutorial style text with keen focus on in-depth presentation and solution of real-world example problems
- Highly popular, respected and experienced author
PRIMARY MARKET: Embedded Design Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Computer Engineers, Software Engineers , System Engineers, System Architects
SECONDARY MARKET: Upper-level undergrad and post-graduate level electrical and computer engineering students
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- 20th September 2006
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"As you might expect, there are plenty of UML diagrams. Real-time UML specifications are used throughout, consistent with the purpose of the book. Designers with UML expertise who want to understand how to address real-time applications will find this book useful, as will those in the real-time world who need to understand how to bring UML to bear on the design problem." - William Wong, Electronic Design
Embedded Software Methodologist. Triathlete. Systems engineer. Contributor to UML and SysML specifications. Writer. Black Belt. Neuroscientist. Classical guitarist. High school dropout. Bruce Powel Douglass, who has a doctorate in neurocybernetics from the USD Medical School, has over 35 years of experience developing safety-critical real-time applications in a variety of hard real-time environments. He is the author of over 5700 book pages from a number of technical books including Real-Time UML, Real-Time UML Workshop for Embedded Systems, Real-Time Design Patterns, Doing Hard Time, Real-Time Agility, and Design Patterns for Embedded Systems in C. He is the Chief Evangelist at IBM Rational, where he is a thought leader in the systems space and consulting with and mentors IBM customers all over the world. He can be followed on Twitter @BruceDouglass. Papers and presentations are available at his Real-Time UML Yahoo technical group (http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/RT-UML) and from his IBM thought leader page (www-01.ibm.com/software/rational/leadership/thought/brucedouglass.html).
Chief Evangelist, IBM Internet of Things, Fairfax, VA, USA